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Sunday, December 24, 2006

Mole Removal | Natural Vs Modern Methods

Mole Removal - Natural Vs Other Modern Mole Removal Methods

Mole removal can be done by your physician at the clinic, or by administering over-the-counter medications/treatment. However, more people are now turning to natural mole removal methods or what we call natural remedies. Why is this so?

In our lifetime, we would have taken at least one kind of OTC medication or prescribed drug for our illness. We all understand that these artificial medication do produce some side-effects, but it immediate or long-term. There are also risks associated such as allergy, etc when using such medication to treat moles.

Mole removal using such modern techniques do have their fair share of negative side effects too. Let's take, for instance, cauterization to remove moles. It is known that burning of the moles could affect the surrounding skin causing dsychromic lesions/wounds. Other removal methods such as excision, etc can bring considerable pain, and discomfort, and possible scarring.

Recurrence of moles is a likely scenario. Most modern mole removal methods are unable to prevent that. These treatment processes often can take days to months before you can see the results. One more thing you need to know before deciding to remove your moles at the clinic is to find out if the procedure is covered in your insurance policy. Sad to say, moles are often removed due to cosmetic reasons since they are harmless. Insurance policies would not compensate or pay you for the expenses.

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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Modern Mole Removal Techniques

Mole Removal - Laser Mole Removal & Other Ways To Get Rid Of Moles

Mole removal is often done using surgical procedures. We have learnt in the previous post how to identify a mole that could potentially be cancerous. The next step is to consult a dermatologist. He or she would either excise part of the mole, ie a small tissue sample for examination under the microscope. Depending on the extent of the abnormality; the dermatologist may remove the entire mole. So, please don’t be surprised as this is necessary. Even if the mole proves to be cancerous, the procedure would not cause the cancer to spread. This simple procedure is what we call biopsy. Once it is confirmed to be cancerous, the outer rim or surrounding skin would be cut away as a precautionary measure and the wound would be stitched.

Depending on where the moles appear, sometimes people actually love to keep them. Take for instance; celebrities could be famous because of their beauty moles. Such moles sort of beautify the individual’s appearance rather than mar it. However, moles that grow under skin folds or come into constant contact with clothing can lead to abrasion and irritation. Some facial moles may be aesthetically ugly. Mole removal then becomes necessary. There are also cases where the moles simply fade away without treatment. It would do you well to check out your insurance policy to make sure that the medical bills incurred for skin mole removal can be covered. However, you need to know that if the moles are removed for cosmetic purposes, it is unlikely that insurers would compensate you.

Common methods of removal include:

1. Excision/Cutting Off the Moles And Stitching

The moles can be cut away or excised using a scalpel. Local anesthetic is applied on the area to numb the pain. The open wound would be stitched.

2. Cauterization/Burning Off the Moles

Moles can be cauterized ie burnt off.

3. Laser Surgery

Laser surgery is perhaps the cleanest and most sophisticated method of mole removal. But it can be really expensive if the number of moles to be removed is many. Turn to this as a last resort only if the moles cannot be treated in other ways.

There are ways to live with moles, rather than to remove them totally. Stay away from the sun as it will prevent the moles from developing into malignant ones. Apply sunblock for UV protection when you are out of the house.

Applying special cosmetics would also hide the moles if they are tiny and unnoticeable.

Learn How To Avoid Prescribed Drugs, Over-The-Counter Medications, Expensive And Painful Surgical Treatment. Discover Secrets in The Next Post About Natural Mole Removal Methods That Can Get Rid Of Your Moles Permanently In 3 Days

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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Mole Removal | Quick Facts About Moles

Mole Removal | Quick Facts About Moles

Before we talk about mole removal, it is important to understand more. Moles as you know are skin growths that are normally dark in colour. Moles are formed when pigment producing skin cells called melanocytes cluster together. They can appear on any part of our bodies and normally start developing in childhood. An adult can have an average of 20-30 moles. Take a look at your moles and you may discover that they have either disappeared, raised, faded or darkened. Hair may also have grown on the moles. Exposure to the sun may darken the moles.

Moles are generally benign and do not create any health problems. They are neither irritating, painful or itchy and therefore can be left alone. However, there is still a chance for the moles to develop into cancerous growth.

Basically, there are 2 types of moles - congenital nevi which means moles at birth and dysplastic nevi. Only 1 percent of the population has congenital nevi. Such moles have a higher tendency to develop into malignant melanoma (cancerous growth) than moles that develop after birth. Dysplastic nevi commonly called atypical moles are much larger than common moles and can appear in different shapes and non-homogeneous colours. They are mostly passed down from parents.

Anyone with a large number of such moles, sometimes more than 100, carry a higher risk of them becoming cancerous. To be on the safe side, if you happen to have these moles and they have grown into large proportions, ie more than 7 inches for congenital nevi and larger than a button for atypical mole, then it's time to consult a dermatologist for a thorough check up.

Many folks want to know how to identify if their moles are cancerous. I will share with you some obvious symptoms/signs to look out for in the moles on your skin.

1. Drastic Change In Appearance

Have the moles grown in size, changed colour and shape? Are they beginning to bleed, scale, itch or even hurt?

2. Change in Symmetry of Moles

If your mole does not look uniform, ie has now become asymmetrical where both halves don't seem to match.

3. Irregular Borders/Edges

Are they rounded or edgy? Do they have rough, protruding surfaces?

4. Colour of Moles

One thing you need to observe is the homogenity of the colour. Healthy moles are homogeneous in colour.

5. Size of Moles

As a rule of the thumb, any mole larger than a button is suspicious. I mentioned earlier that size is a key clue to whether a mole is potentially malignant.

You should ask your dermatologist to examine your moles if you realize any of the above abnormalities. What the dermatologist would do is to perform a simple biopsy, ie extract a small tissue sample from the mole and scrutinize it under the microscope or send it for laboratory testing.

Mole removal may be necessary if the mole is found to be cancerous. Some patients do also opt to remove the moles even if they are not malignant. They do so either for cosmetic reasons or because the moles are irritating especially for those which come into constant abrasion with clothings or skin folds.

Learn More About How To Get Rid Of Moles In My Subsequent Posts About Mole Removal

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Monday, December 18, 2006

Mole Removal

Mole Removal

Welcome to my blog about mole removal. You will find quick facts and summaries about moles - their causes, symptoms and risks. I will also show youhow to permanently get rid of moles without suffering from pain, recurrence and scars. All these can be done using natural treatmentmethods that can be administered easily from home. You can look good and be free from ugly moles, especially facial moles in no time.

Read On To Find The Key To Breakthrough Treatment Methods For Mole Removal

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